Orthodontists accident counselling could help you to resume your career with the National Health Service (NHS) or other private practices. Dentist injuries can be traumatic if you sustained extremely painful injuries while working. If you need help to recover from this trauma or want assistance with mental disorders or conditions such as anxiety, then Accident Advice Helpline can provide a means of paying for private treatment. We will do this by making an orthodontist accident counselling claim for the costs involved. If you are interested, take our 30-second online test to see if you are eligible.
What do I need to do to get counselling?
Your General Practitioner (GP) is the only person that can approve counselling sessions. You can ask him if he thinks it would be beneficial, but only he can tell you whether it would be a good idea. If he does recommend it, get in touch with us straight away. The courts award compensation to people like you to get the private treatment they need, as long as the accident you were involved in was the fault of a third party, and the costs are similar to the treatment you will undertake.
Private treatment or NHS?
Many people decide to opt for private treatment for their counselling and private counselling will be on your terms. You can decide when to start the sessions and fix appointment times that suit. This flexibility is great if you want to recover quickly and you may have completed all the sessions you require even before you get a call back from the NHS. Another advantage is that these sessions can be fully paid for by a claim. You do not have to worry about the costs involved and can simply relax and focus on your mental well-being.
What costs are covered by an orthodontist accident counselling claim?
An orthodontist accident counselling claim will cover counselling costs and other associated expenses. Travelling by train, car or bus to your sessions can be claimed for, as can any medication and the costs of the sessions themselves. We will total all these costs and use our expert legal team to make a claim for that sum of money. Our experienced solicitors will try and prove the negligence of a third party and support your claim by providing essential medical and financial documents. In some cases, an independent assessment may also be required.
We have experience in dental industry claims. We have worked with dentists and orthodontists to compensate them for their injuries at work. We have been doing this for many years, so we know every aspect of the legal processes involved. You are in safe hands with us. Orthodontist accident counselling could be essential if you have shattered your hip in a heavy fall and are struggling to deal with the mental anguish. Call our free, 24/7 helpline from a landline on 0800 689 0500.now to start your road to recovery.
Date Published: June 14, 2015
Author: David Brown